Autumn sees the transition from Summer to Winter. The late nights draw in, temperatures cool and the leaves begin to fall.

To welcome this most beautiful season, we take a look at some of the trends inspiring us this Autumn.

Add a splash of Green to your home

2017 sees us welcoming back the beautiful green tones of the 1980’s.

These rejuvenating hues will immediately brighten up or dramatise any room. Opting for light or dark shades depending on your interior preference.Dark Green Kitchen Cabinets
If your home is in need of a fresh burst of colour, look no further than a luscious dark green.

This versatile colour will be particularly popular in kitchens this Autumn. The introduction of green cabinets are superbly combined with rich natural wood, creating a real atmosphere.

A Touch of velvet

An interior design classic of the 1970’s. Crushed velvet is the latest trend to return in 2017, offsetting our love affair with this oh-so luxurious material.Silver Crushed Velvet BedroomDesigners are starting to experiment with this sumptuous fabric.

Expect to see statement upholstery features on bed frames and bedside tables, in welcoming autumnal colours of deep cranberry, soft chestnut and burnt oranges.

Dark shades

It’s out with the whites and in with the blacks.

The new season sees us getting ready to embrace our nocturnal side with cosy shades of black.

This luxe shade adds a touch of class to any room. Making ordinary, plain furniture stand out, creating an atmospheric glow.dark-paint-interiors
Position feature wall art designs against those dark backdrops, to create a truly stunning effect this Autumn.

Woven Textures

Made hugely popular in the 20th century, woven textures will make their way back into the interiors scene for the coming season.

A designer favourite, suitable for both contemporary and traditional homes. We will see this texture adorning the walls and floors of every home in either key furniture pieces or subtle accessories.Rattan FurnitureA favourite at Kontenta is the sustainably managed Rattan furniture. Allowing you to transform any interior into an exciting social hub.

These strong, durable pieces of furniture are ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, particularly suited to conservatories.

Make a statement with a stunning Ceiling Ornament

Statement pieces are a must this Autumn. A great ceiling ornament adds a touch of character to any room.

As we all know, lighting can be a powerful design tool that can instantly change the atmosphere of any room. Greypants LightingUpdate your light fitting to either a show stopping pendant light or chandelier. We particularly love these Scandinavian style pendant light for their simplicity and shape.

The return of Terracotta

A colour trend for those who love versatility, 2017 sees the return of Terracotta. A shade of red that is sure to brighten up your home with an energetic atmosphere.terracottaTerracotta has been a design staple for over 5,000 years.

This Autumn sees it revived in the 21st century, in a much sleeker and stylish form. Click here to learn more about the Terracotta trend.

Back to nature

Autumn 2017 sees us once again reconnecting with our natural materials.

Wooden furniture being at the fore front of everyone’s shopping list. Albeit, already being the most popular interior design material in use today.

Due to the wide range of styles and types, this trend is beautifully integrated in to any home.Natural Wood Modena RangePopular forms, such as oak and pine will be key this Autumn. Each featuring unique looks and properties.

We recommend the charming collections from solid oak, which are adaptable to any interior.

We’d love to know what trend you’ll be implementing into your home this Autumn! Let us know in the comments below!

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Sam is a marketing and social media analyst as well as being part of the content team at Kontenta. Most of his time in office is spent composing social media plans. During his free time, Sam enjoys attending sporting events, such as football, rugby league and boxing.

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